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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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All profits from Fall Back Brew Fest and other Jaycee fundraisers are given back to the community through community grants, high school scholarships, the annual Easter egg hunt, fireworks and entertainment for the Fourth of July Hometown Fest celebration, holiday giving programs, township programs and more.
When we "fall back" in November, the East Coast returns to Eastern Standard Time.
In the millennium that has followed the explosion, denser matter has started to fall back into the center of the nebula, exhibiting the same finger-like structures as the team observed in the Sun.
That said, given that the pace of economic growth remains below potential and inflation is expected to fall back into the target range in the second half of the year, the argument for a more accommodative policy stance remains intact.
The Governor of the Bank of England, Sir Mervyn King, has explained why inflation will fall back towards the Government's two per cent target later than expected.
The Bank has forecast inflation to fall back to about 2.5% next year.
"At the moment, I feel if my forehand isn t working, I can fall back on something else; if that s not working I can fall back on my movement and just trying to get to the balls and somehow get them back," she said.
stocks fall back on poor manufacturing data, profit-taking
He told the Treasury Select Committee: "CPI inflation has risen but I now expect it to fall back. This could be a sharp fall back over the next four to six months."
Capitol Police Chief Phillip Morse commanded his men to fall back in order to let the protestors exercise their "rights."
That way we can add to the fullness of Wollstonecraft's reputation, because after all, she had only A Vindication of the Rights of Woman to fall back on.